From now through Aug. 29, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is hosting a bracket-style film competition through the AJFF Virtual Cinema. After much success last year, AJFF Playback kicked off on July 12 and features a mix of eight films covering an array of topics and filmmaking styles with a common theme of reconnection and reunion. Each week, participants vote for their favorite film in that week’s matchup. At the end of the competition, one film will be crowned the winner.


Convenience is the name of the game this year with two options to watch. Guests are invited to purchase either weekly passes for $16 to view the two competing films through the AJFF Virtual Cinema or the Playback Pass, giving access to all eight films, for $56—a 10% discount. Pricing is per household and tickets can be purchased here.

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